RAND study examines 200 real-world 'zero-day' software vulnerabilities

Zero-day software vulnerabilities — security holes that developers haven’t fixed or aren’t aware of — can lurk undetected for years, leaving software users particularly susceptible to hackers. A new study from the RAND Corporation, based on rare access to a dataset of more than 200 such vulnerabilities, provides insights about what entities should do when they discover them.

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